A Blonde in Love

A Blonde in Love

  • Director: Milos Forman
  • Writer: Milos Forman,Jaroslav Papousek,Ivan Passer
  • Countries of origin: Czechoslovakia
  • Language: Czech
  • Release date: October 26, 1966
  • Runtime: 1 hour 28 minutes
  • Sound mix: Mono
  • Aspect ratio: 1.37 : 1
  • Also known as: Loves of a Blonde
  • "Lásky jedné plavovlásky" is a romantic drama written and directed by Lasky jedne plavovlasky, starring Vladimír Pucholt , Hana Brejchová and Tána Zelinková .
    This film mainly tells the story of a naive and romantic female shoe factory worker who likes to fantasize about things, and is very tired of the boring life, so she takes a pianist as her emotional sustenance target. Everyone was taken aback when she unexpectedly visited the man's parents. He felt trapped, she felt cheated, and his parents didn't know how to deal with it.

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    Details

    • Release date October 26, 1966
    • Filming locations Zruc nad Sázavou, Czech Republic
    • Production companies CBK, Filmové studio Barrandov, Sebor

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    • By Ophelia 2022-11-12 13:34:17

      notes

      Foreman's day-to-day preoccupation is likely somewhat influenced by Passel, who has written and assisted him since his debut. In the previous work "Black Peter", the method of spreading the narrative into the daily life of every detail finally shows its light in this "Blonde Love". Viewers have to put up with those long paragraphs, and it's the long, grueling boredom that allows the film's humor to shine through and the plot to move forward. The scene where one of the trio of officers at the...

    • By Kiana 2022-11-05 00:51:51

      Dew marriage, no end and no fruit


      Speaking of the name Milos Foreman, most people may be unfamiliar, but when it comes to several of his masterpieces - "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", "Mozart Biography" and "Sex Book Tycoon", many people will feel like thunder.

      "Blonde Love" is Milos Foreman's second work, born in the new wave of Czech cinema, and was nominated for the Oscar for best foreign language film that year.

      To be honest, the play of this film is actually quite ordinary, even a little...

    • By Reginald 2022-09-15 22:09:53

      It's better to just have a dance, and so on for the rest.

      The female workers dancing with the soldiers in the middle is really well shot. Many of them are short shots, and the editing is good. The shots are used to explain, not the dialogue.

      But the rest is the same. The first 1/3 of the scenes are too average, and it's not even obvious who is the protagonist.
      If it weren't for "Blonde Love", you might think that the singing woman in the first shot was the protagonist, but in the back it was just a passerby in the same dormitory....

    • By Silas 2022-09-15 18:20:37

      I have a little scar here

      "Blonde Love" (1965) is another masterpiece by Milos Foreman after "Black Peter". Andra, a blonde girl who works in a shoe factory in Zluk, Czech Republic, told her girlfriend Marie about her relationship with Prague pianist Mida. Andra had a boyfriend Dongda before, but the stingy Dongda made her very upset and broke up after that.

      At a military-civilian dance...

    • By Percival 2022-09-15 18:16:29

      love trap

      The film begins with a conversation between blonde Andura and her roommate. Andura, who works in a factory, is a very simple girl who yearns for and believes in love. However, she has experienced a love tragedy. The interesting thing is that this is obviously a sad story of a girl who was deceived and deceived. The ubiquitous humorous elements added by Foreman are uniquely tempered, and the sadness and joy alternate with each other. …

      The film is basically divided into three...

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    • By Joesph 2022-11-23 19:03:50

      The charm of literary and artistic youth is nothing more than bohemian and wretched and...

    • By Christian 2022-11-10 19:06:20

      If you put a metaphor on it, the family is nothing. . Girls are the working people who are displaced, deceived and oppressed. . The ideal is buried but still has to work and live, so I go back to the factory scene, so the role of the old man playing the violin is interesting....

    • By Justice 2022-10-21 02:32:05

      The story is vulgar, but it looks very comfortable. Forman's cold...

    • By Jamir 2022-09-22 18:42:36

      Foreman's works in the Czech era have good details and scheduling, and the overall is slightly flat, showing the style of a...

    • By Eli 2022-09-15 23:11:50

      The relationship between the country and the people is likened to the relationship between men and women in love. The most imaginative creation, perhaps the never-ending deceit, is their biggest similarity. Women in love are weak and want to enjoy happiness, or Willing to endure one after another lie, or simply give up love, the same is true for ordinary people in the country. Take the repeated lies as the truth, the ostrich in the sand may be blind, but at least have a moment of...

    Movie quotes

    • Milda: [naked in bed] Some women are round, like a guitar, like this. And you - look like a guitar too, but one made by Picasso.

      Andula: What's that?

      Milda: A painter. When painting a woman, he painted her eye here.

      [points to his shoulder]

      Milda: And her leg somewhere else.

      [Andula giggles]

      Milda: I could tell you about lots of other pictures. Or he painted fingers like this.

      Andula: That's weird.

      Milda: Yeah, weird.

      Andula: But I'm not like that?

      Milda: No.

      Andula: Is that good or bad?

      Milda: What?

      Andula: That I am like the Picasso guitar?

      Milda: Well, that's good.

    • Milda's Mother: Incredible! She shows up late at night at his parents' place. Did Milda say he was expecting her?

      Milda's Father: I asked nothing and he offered nothing.

    • Milda's Mother: I didn't even know he was going steady.

      Milda's Father: Yeah, like the boy is going to tell you about his girlfriends.

      Milda's Mother: Will you stop watching that TV! I can't stop thinking about it. I can't do anything. I can't even sew. Can't get it off my mind. I'm worried about him. This is no small matter. Finds himself a girl, God knows where. Did she tell you where she lived?

      Milda's Father: I didn't ask.

      Milda's Mother: He'll end up having to marry her and we don't even know where she's from. You know what happens with marriages like that. Six months later, it's over. And the kids are the ones who suffer.

      Milda's Father: He hasn't mentioned marriage and you're worried about the kids! Don't make such a fuss about it.

      Milda's Mother: This is awful.